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Recommendations for supporting child care programs and families during the COVID-19 pandemic

The National Association of Young Children (NAEYC) anticipates that more than half of child care programs will close in the next three weeks, and two-third will not be able to reopen after an extended closure. Without immediate cash assistance and deep investments, much of our child care industry will not exist when they are most needed to reopen. Child Care Aware of Washington and Child Care Resources (CCA of King & Pierce Counties) have listened to providers and parents struggling to navigate this crisis and have captured the following five themes. Under each theme, we have identified options for addressing needs. (author abstract)
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Fact Sheets & Briefs
United States

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